Person:James C. Fennell

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James C. Fennell


 Early Resident

Born:January 18, 1780, Virginia
Died:September 2, 1817, Madison County, Alabama
Buried:Hobbs, Madison County, Alabama
Son of:Charity Clark Fennell
Father of:Francis Marion Fennell
Son of:Isham Fennell (1753)
Brother of:Isham Jordan Fennell (1784)


Notes:

•  Married Elizabeth Hobbs in Brunswick Virginia, on Oct. 20, 1803. - Ancestry.com

•  Son of Isham Fennell (1753) and Charity Clark - Ancestry.com

•  Father of: Hubbard Hobbs Fennell; John D. Fennell; Willliam T. Fennell; Isham Hobbs Fennell (1808-1890); James Watkins Fennell(1810-1863), Francis Marion Fennell (1816-1872); - Ancestry.com

•  "The upright tombstone of James C. Fennell is the only one dating from the territorial period still in existence outside of Maple Hill Cemetery and known to this writer. His original grave site was in what is now the Camelot subdivision in southeast Huntsville but was legally moved to the John Hobbs Cemetery, in the now Chimney Springs subdivision, in 1975. The stone exists today only because of careful preservation by Mrs. Roy Cochran, a family descendant." - Johnson


Related Links:
•  Ancestry.com - Paged owned by rasuds and can be viewed only with a paid Ancestry.com membership
•  Johnson - Article titled "The Family Graveyard--A Vanishing Landscape" by Dorothy Scott Johnson in Huntsville Historical Review, Volume 16 & 17, 1986/87, Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society, page 25.
•  Rankin File - John P. Rankin has, over the years, collected information about families living in Madison County, AL. He has made these files available here at Huntsville History Collection. The files include Rankin's notes, photos, digital copies of documents, and clippings from newspapers and periodicals. He has a Fennell file and some of it might apply to James C. Fennell (1780)


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  Charity Clark Fennell
•  Francis Marion Fennell
•  Isham Fennell (1753)
•  Isham Jordan Fennell (1784)



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